Bose SoundSport Wireless Review

The Bose SoundSport Wirelesst is essentially an “open” ear-bud style headphone that effectively isolates noise. It is an in-ear headphone designed for those who don’t wish to get their eartips jammed way into their ears. Thus the buds remain loosely in your ears, held in place by means of proprietary StayHear tips that are is made in a particular shape, in order to act as a soft seal at the opening of your canal, thereby helping to improve audio performance. Plus, there is a flexible wing that makes use of the ridge of the ear for active support, thereby imparting appreciably improved stability without the need to force the tips in.

Design and Features

StayHear tips work well your ears, keeping the buds securely and comfortably locked in, even while you are jogging. However, the open design can let in ambient sounds, so they aren’t much good when you are in a noisy environment. The Bose SoundSport Wirelesst comes with a unique sport version of the Stay-Hear tips that conforms to any ear shape, and remain in place comfortably, throughout the day. They are available in a wide variety of colors such as Charcoal, Energy Green, Frost, Power Red and Neon Blue. Apart from these, it comes with a sport-inspired case that matches the color of your own headphones. The case protects as well as stores the headphones while not in use. It can also hold your cash and keys, when you are out exercising.

Naturally, the Bose SoundSport wireless effectively resists water and sweat and water. It boasts of a remote and inline mic that allows you to skip songs if necessary, regulate the volume, as well as make and take calls, without in any way reaching out for your smarphone. These amazing headphones are designed to overcome the demands of a busy life. In fact Bose is flaunting its quality for making calls, and its reliable Bluetooth connection. By the way, Bose is also introducing SoundSport Pulse, a fully integrated hear-rate monitor, compatible with fitness apps such as Runkeeper, and Endomondo. The SoundSport has decent battery life of about six hours, and five hours for SoundSport Pulse.

Tangle Free Bluetooth and NFC Pairing

It is very easy to pair The Bose SoundSport wireless to any Bluetooth device. The same is the case, if you happen to own an NFC enabled phone, all you need to do is to quickly tap between the phone and inline remote. This way you can concentrate on your workout or sport and not your headphones.

Pros and Cons


· Secure and comfortable

· Sweat and weather resistant

· Pleasant full bass

· Integrated mic and remote

· Matching carrying case


· Let ambient sound in

· Not fit for noisy environments.

While the Bose SoundSport Wireless In-Ear might not the finest sounding in-ear headphone for your money, its design as well as comfort level are superb. In fact, it’s the very thing you need if you are looking for this type of headphone style, without jamming the tips right into your ear canals.